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RUTLAND, VT.f THUHSDAY MbllNING, JUNE 12, 1873.
VOL. I....NO. 37.
PMCK TJIKEE CENTS.
O. T. C 1! () H S,
Manufacturer of ntid Dealer In
FINISHING U'MHI'.H, SHINGI-HS, I.ATII,
CLAPBOARDS, ANDSPItl'CK MIMIIKK,
DOORS, HASH, BUNDS, MOl'I.D
1NUS, DHACKKTS WIN
DOW KIIAJIKS li
Scroll Sawing of all kinds, Planing, Matching
and Glazing done toonler. Yard and .Mill Cor
ner or I'nlon and Furnace Streets, near Freight
Depot, llutlanil, Vt. MnjidAwHiii.
n r o ic r, it .
i; nnoMi mtrkkt, xhw rona.
Slocks, Governments and Gold bought and sold
cv Interest allowed on deposits inu.vHdtt
o. li. m o it i: ii o i: s i:,
Opposite ( ehlral House - Rl'TLANR, Vt,
HPTl-ANI) MANrFAITI'KINn COMPANY,
Manufacturers and wholesale drnlets in
WOOD AND CHAIN SKAT CHAIRS, BHD
STKADS AND CHAlIt STOCK.
Comer of West and Forest Sts,
I. Anvoon, Ast. O. C. Rcohlks, Treas.
J W. ICING,
Manufacturer und wholesale and letall dealer In
SASH, DOORS, IH.INDS,
MOI'I.DINOS, III1ACKKTS, AND HOUSK I'l'R
Of KVkrv rusciurnoN.
FUltSAl'K Stiikkt, Rutland, Vt.
Orders by mall or otherwise promptly attend
J. .1. GUINDON,
11 I, A C K S M I T II .
Particular attention paid to Horseshoeing. AH
work, warrant ed. Shop on
WF.3T ST., NKAK OLIVRIt MAHMJi WOKKS,
LINCOLN inON WORKS.
MarbloMIU and Hoisting Machinery of the
most Improved construction. Derricks and
pumping machinery, castings and general ma
steel and Iron Wlro Hope nt Manufacturer's
Uutland, Vt., May 1, 18T3. mayldtt
A. II . II A AY" LEY,
COXTRACTOR AXI) PRACTICAL SI.ATl'.R,
He Is prepared to do all work promptly and
well. Orders can bo left at J. 11. Glynn's storo
on Merchants' How, or at tho Ilardwell House.
Reerence Itockwood llarrett, Uutland: I.. M.
Mason, President of First National Dank, De
troit, Michigan; Hon. J. M. Marvin, Saratoga
Ii I V K R Y .
if you wish a nlco TURN OUT, go to
C. F. KI CHARD SON'S,
(Lato D. Whttcomb's,)
O'.nteu Stkeet, Rutland, Vermont.
Careful drivers and tho llncst of Carriages.
Stables open nt all hours. Horses baited.
m30dtt C. F. ItlCIIAnnSON, I'noniiETOii.
oitl$ ami Siniwfl Sooms.
AKE DUNMORE HOUSE,
E. I'. HITCHCOCK, riiontiKToit.
J. W. POKTKH. Manaokh.
This well known nnd popular Hotel, situated
on the shores of 1-ako Dunmore, has been re
cently put In thorough repair. Several new
Cottages have, been built and newly furnished,
and will be opened June 1st, for the reception of
boarders and tourists. mnySSdtf
A R I) WELL HOUSE.
C H'A M T O N li H A I, H II U 11 Y J
The BAHDWELL HOUSE Is located opposite
the Depot and has long been favorably known
to iho traveling public. It has been recently
Improved, now affording tho best and most
ample, accommodation to guests.
Tho TA1H.K will bo supplied with all tho
luxuries of tho Season, and uvery attention will
bo paid to tho comfort of Its patrons.
In tho future, as In tho past, tho Proprietors
Intend to make It a flrst-elass House affording
nil the comforts of a home to tho traveler. The
publlo patronago Is solicited.
A OOOD LIVERY In connection with the
Attentive POItTEUS will bo found nt the
Depot, on tho arrival ot an trains.
J. W. CRAMTON, J. A. SALSBURV.
Freight Street, - . RUTLAND, VT.
A FIRST CLASS
M E A T 51 A R K E T
IN HOTEL HUILDISO.
mayldJm j. u. JOHNSON, Proprietor.
J. W, FISHER'S
NEW I) IS 1 K Q ROOMS,
Central IIouso Dlock, Merchants' Row,
Warm Meals served nt all hours of tho day
auu uveiuiiu. mnyiuaill
N E W DINING H A L L ,
In rooms formerly occupied by J. W. Fisher,
KI.N08I.BY n SPHAOUCT 11L0CK,
v Merchants' Row,
RUTLAND, . . . . VERMONT.
WAKU MEALS SKltVKI) AT ALL HOtlllS.
DAILY STAGE BETWEEN RUT.
LAND AND 8T0CKURID0E.
Arrive at Rutland l8m.,leavoRutland1:0Op.m.,
Starting from tho Ilardwell llnnon
f w Connections nt Stockbrldgo with stages
myMdsm , j, e. WIIITCOMII, Prop
T7LK HORN & MAGNOLIA FLOUR
" J v.rv rlinlep. fnr hnln nt
raayldlrwly U. W. MARSHALL'S,
EAV MOULDINGS FOR PICTURE
Framing. Chrotnos. Lithographs, nnd
engravings ai iiLAiimntN'H
jpURM FOR SALi:.
Tho subscribers olTcr for sale their farm, sit
uated about two miles from the village of Bel
lows Falls, oil the Chester roiid, well known
JOHN CLARK FARM,
Containing about three hundred and fifty acres
of land! two dwelling houses, three barns nnd
two tenant houses, near the railroad track.
Thotennut houses are new. Hie large farm
house has been thoroughl repaired and paint
ed, with new pin? ra In liont and end, new front
fence, nil In the most substantial and tasteful
manner, making It a desirable residence.
Nearly tliree-fouithsot u mile of new water pipe
from a never-falling founlaln supplies nil the
OVER TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
has been expended wllhln the past two years
on buildings and fences besides the tenant
houses. The land Is adapted to the raising of
nil kinds of crops. Home lltty acics are well
adapted ror tobacco. The land Is now under n
good state ot cultivation, by liaIng been fed
out n large amount of hay and grnln the past
two years, which has been brought on the
place, besides that which the farm has pro
duced. The eastern line Is the Connecticut
rler and the rami laying wcstoil,v, divided Into
pasture and tillage land, with a suniclcnt sup
ply of wood for the pieintses. situated bonear
the village ot llellows Falls a village growing
more rapidly than any place within the Mate,
nnd with Its unlimited water power, which Is
fast being improved, must continue In Increase
In u still larger proportion lu Iho future makes
It the most desirable farm In these parls. Pos
session given Immediately, except the mill
yard, and that In one year. Inquire of the sub
scribers on tho premises! or Joseph Wilson,
linn of .1. Wilson A- Co., near the depot ; or Wil
der H Hopkins, at West Itupeit, Vt.
WILDER ,V HOPKINS.
llellows Falls, -May 1, 1973.
GEORGE C. NEWMAN,
REAL ESTATE lIHOKllll,
onlec : Derby's lllock, 2d Floor Front.
First class lllago and farm properly for sale
and to let. Money to loan on notes, mortgages,
lite policies and other approved securities,
PASTURE LAND IN F1TTSF0RI)
For sale or rent. One hundred nnd twenty
mo acres of line PASTURE land located one and
one-halt miles from Plttsford Village. Address
or call on E. P. HITCHCOCK, under National
Hank ot Rutland, Rutland, vt. Majltf
VERMONT CENTRAL AND
On nnd after Monday. June 2d, ls"3, trains
will i un as follows, (Sunday s excepted) :
00IN0 SOUTH ANU HAST.
Lcavo Rutland nt 18:fiO and -1:30 a. in., and 12:10
and 8:00 p. m.
.MAIL. Leave OgdenMiurg nt 0:10 p. hi., St.
Albans nt 0:'i0 a. in., Burlington nt fc:lu a. I n. ,
Port Henry nt 8:3.1 a. in., Rutland nt 12:10 p. m.,
llellows Falls at 2:30 p. in., arriving at New Lon
don nt 9:30 p.m., connecting with steamer for
New Yoi k.
NEW YORK EXPRESS. Leaves St Albans nt
0:00 a. m Ilurllngton lt):2o n. in., arriving In
Rutland nt 12:S0 p. in.
NIOIIT EX press. Loaves og(lensburentl2:-
35 p.m., Plattsburg 3:30 p.m., Montreal 3:30 p.m.,
St. Johns 4-M p. in., St. Albans ":2u p. in., Ilur
llngton n:10 p. m., Rutland 12:r,o a. in., llellows
raus, :roa. in., arriving nt acw 1.01111011 nt 11:10
mixed train. Leaves Hurltncton nt 2:0 n.
m., Port Henry 2:00 p. m., arriving In Rutland
at 7:oo p. in. Leaves Rutland at 4:30 a. m., llel
lows Falls 7:4.1 a. in., (accommodation train), ar
riving at New London nt 6:10 p. in.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves Rutland nt r,:W p. in.,
arriving In llellows Falls at 10:(m p. in.
Leaves Rutland at 1:13 nnd r.: IO a. in., nnd 2:30
and s:05 p. 111.
MAIL. Leaves New London nt. 5:00 n. in.,
Springfield 8:00 a. in., llcinn 7:30 n. in., llellows
Pulls 11:4.1., Jtuuaud2:30 p. 111., arming nt Port
Henry at 7:35 p. 111., Ilurllngton K:00 p. 111., St.
Albans 0:40 p. m., Montreal u:i.i p. m., Ogdens
burg 1:45 a. in., making connections with trains
jor uiti est,
EXPRESS Leaves Rutland at 5:0.1 p. 111., nr
rlvlng nt Port Henry at 7:35 p. in., St. Albans nt
8:55 p. m.
NIGHT EXPRESS. Leaves New London nt
2:45 p. m., Sprlngtleld at 8:10 p. m., connecting
with train leaving New York nt 3:ou p. in., llel
lows Falls 11:20 p. 111., connecting vi llh train
leaving Hoston at 5:30 p. m., Rutland 1:43 a. m.,
Ilurllngton 4:40 a.m.. St. Albans C:lo. nrrlvlnir
In Montreal at 0:45 n. 111., Plattsburg at 12:(i in.,
and Ogdensburg nt 12:35 p. in., connecting with
mixed TRAIN. Leaves Rut and nt .1:40 a. in.
arriving at Port Henry' nt :M 11. 111. Leave ilur
llngton nt 9:30 a. in., St. Albans 12:011 111., arilv
Ing In Ogdensburg at 8:50 p. 111. and St. Johns ul
3:.vi p. m.
MIXED TRAIN. Leaves llellows Falls lit 1:00
a. in., nrrlving In Rutland nt 9:20 n. 111.
ACCOMMODATION, Leaves New London nt
8:10 a. m., llellows Falls 0:00 p. m., (mixed train,)
arriving In Rutland nt 8:35 p. m.
Trains leave Ilurllngton going cast, for Mont
peller, Ac, at em a. 111., 12:30 p. m. und 7:55 p. ni.
Trains leave llellows Falls going north, for
White River Junction, Ac., at 8:30 a. m. und
11:45 a.m., and 5:55 nnd 11:20 p. m.
connections. At Rutland with Rensselaer X
Saratoga and Harlem 'Extension Railroads; nt
neuuws runs wuu uiicsuiru jtauruuu; ni roum
Vernon with Connecticut River Railroad.
Sleeping ears nro attached to night trains
between St. Albans und Troy, and Ilurllngton
and Hoston. OYLES MERRILL,
St. Albans. Vt Juno 3d. 1873.
ARLEJl EXTENSION RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
1972. FALL ARRANO EM ENTS. 1372.
On and after Sunday, October 'JOth, 1S72, trains
will run ns follows :
MIXED. Leaves Rutland at 3:00 n. 111., con
necting at Stnto Line with train for Troy.
MAIL. Leaves Rutland 9.05 n. 111., and mak
ing closo connections nt Chatham 4 Corners
with trains for New York, Albany, Hudson, nnd
both east and west on II. K A. It. R.
MIXED. Leavo Rutland at 2.20 p. m., to Ilen
nlngton and Troy.
SUNDAY MILK TRAIN (with passenger car
attached). Leuves Rutland nt B.od n. 111.
Rutland to New York - - - $5 50
" to Albany, .... 3 no
" to Hudson, .... 3 no
tNo lay over checks given.
ARRIVE AT RUTLAND.
Mall, 10.00 p. in.; Mixed, 12.10 p. m.; mixed,
7.50 p. m.
F. O. WHITE, Supt.
Rutland, Oct. 19, 1672. mayldSvvif
RANTER NATIONAL RANK,
II. Henry Haxteii,
11. F. LOTUROI',
J. N. IlAXTER,
T. W. PARK,
oko. e. hovce, ;
(IEOROE It. IIOTTU1I,
J. W, CRAMTON,
N. T. Hl'HAflUU, .111.
W. C. 1IUNTON,
W, C. I.ANDON.
COLL EOT I ONH
Mado and remitted for nt Lowest Urates.
INTEREST XUJOWKU ON TIME IIEI'OSITS.
A general Ranking nnd Exchnngo business
11. Henry Haxteii, Prcst, J, N. Haxteii, V. Prest,
(lEOUUK It. llOTTUii, Cashier,
,T. I'RICHARI), I'UOl-RIRTOlt.
CHARCOAL PIG IRON,
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW HRAID-
J IWM IlPUUlXTO ..ml A I 111 I A II VfM iiittf. rP
L N. MEIHUAM'H.
7" M EK8 & 1) A R II E R
AT NO. 1, OPERA HOUSE BLOCK,
Keep n full nssortment ot the following
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
FRENCH CHINA WARE,
TAIII.E OLASS WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTED TOILET SETS,
TASSELS AND CORDS,
LAMPS AND LANTERS,
Wholesale and Retail,
LAMP CHIMNEYS and BURNERS,
Wholesale and Retail.
MATTHASSES and LOUNGES, nnd
mayldlf DONE TO ORDER.
1IURNHAM & TEMPLE.
We are Agents for tho following Hist class
FI10 Insurance Companies.
Aetna Assets, to.ooo.ooo
Imperial, " 8,000,000
Home, N. Y " 4,500,000
Royal, " 10,000,000
Hartford, " 2,250,000
Insurniicu of No. America, Phlla. " 8,250,000
Franklin " 3,400,000
Phenlx, N. Y " 2,000,000
Phcenlx, Hartford, " 1,000,000
snringfleld, " 1,000,000
Ifatloixil, lialduril, 60u,onn
These nro tlie best known ot all the companies
represented In Rutland, and since wo have
represented them they have imiJ more money to
tho citizens ot Rutland and vicinity llmi nil
other conijianien eombinetl.
This record proves their stability and their
willingness to pay all proper claims.
Wo conildently expect a continuance of the
liberal patronage which these companies have
We nlso represent the Travelers Life and Ac-
cldent Insurance Company. Wo give a better
nnd cheaper policy than any other Life com
pany. Call and see.
HURNHAM k TEMPLE.
Olllce, opera House, Rutland, Vt.
JUTLAND MARBLE COMPANY,
Wlini.KSAI.K IlEAI.RHS IN
HLOCK & SAWED MAR RLE.
UJt'AIM!!K.S AND MILLS,
J. N. BAXTER, Supt. WEST RUTLAND, Vt.
All tho grades of Rutland Marble, In the
shapo of slabs of various thicknesses required
for Furniture, Mantel, and Decorative Work, as
well as Cemetery uses ; nlso Cubic Stock for
Monumental and Building purposes, Including
Hoses, Strips, nnd Posts, may bo found on our
yard at all times.
Our oxtcnslvo arrangements for tho produc
tion ot Marble, in tliu way ot Quarrying Ma
chinery, and Mills comprising thfrty-two gangs
ot saws, place us In position to supply the
wants ot tho Trade. Wholesalo and Retail
Dealers, Builders, Furnlturc-Men, and gen
eral Manufacturers will 11 ud it to their Interest
to favor us with their orders.
RUTLAND MARBLE CO.
TEAM STONE CUTTER COMPANY,
Solo proprietors and manufacturers ot tho
STONE CHANNELING OR QUARRYING MA
CHINE, For cutting stone; lntojvarlous Jslzes and di
mensions IN ALL KINDS OF QUARRIES.
OFriCK AND 8110I-S,
JOHN W, CRAMTON, Pres't.
(1KORGK E. ROYCE, Treas.
CHARLES CLARK, Sec')'.
I ly GEO.- J. WAHDWKLL. Hupt.
QCRAP IRON AND STEEL, OLD
D Marbla Saws and Currency taken In ex
chnngo lor Nulls nt tho '
mnyldSm RUTLAND NAIL WORKS.
West of Lincoln Iron Works.
DKARRORN IS AGENT FOR CARD
NER'H Perforated Chair Heat, forrenovnt
ng over cad-Flng or Rush bottom chairs.
Plcnso to call and sec tbem.
Grovo Block RUTLAND, Vt
JJ R. DYER,
NO. IB MERCHANTS' ROW,
Iron and Lend Pine, rortablo and Stationary En
glnes ; Rotary Steam, Forco and cistern Pumps :
leather and Rubber lleltlng I Rubber lloso ana
I'ocklng; Rubber Overcoats, (1 loves :uud .Mit
tens 1 Steam and Water Gauges : Water, Strain
and nan Klttlmrs. and Flilllres. nil klnilm Klnx
and Hoapstono Tacking j Cotton Waste, I'lumb-
STEAM, WATER AND OAS FITTING
Done at short notice, nnd at prices adaptod to
Rutland, May 1,1973
(Srorrrlcis ami grovisiows.
rjHIE CLOSING OUT SALE
Of a stock ot
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, AC, AC.,
II AS CO M M E N O E I) .
Will avail themselves of the opportunity which
It lfords to replenish their stock ot household
8" Every nrtlele Is sold at cost or less.
I'l.KANK (JAM, AND I.KAl'.N I'lilCKS.
G. W. CHAPLIN, .lit.,
No. 9, MERCHANTS' ROW, RUTLAND.
WOOD CHOPPERS AVANTKD TO
t T cut 500 cords of hard wood In Mendon.
Apply to Oeo. W. CiiAfl.tN, Jr., Merchants'
S A L E !
The subscriber has n Candv nnmratus com
prising a complete outtlt for manufacturing
canuy. wuicu no win cn ior less man one-nan
tho original cost. Also, one heavy Truck Wa
gon, v ery'.chcnp ; , undone pair of Doublo Work
GEO. W. CHAPLIN, .III.,
1 9 Merchants' Row.
Rutland. May 20. mysodtf.
J & T. CADEN,
Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers In
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
CANNED FRUITS, PICKLES, Ac,
AND FANCY GOODS.
Also, Dealcm In
DRY (1001)1, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS,
HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac., ic.
An assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Constantly on baud.
AGENTS VOK MAIL STEAMERS TO AND
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT ON THE
BANKS OF ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND
CORNEIt FREIGHT AND EVELYN STS.
1 8 .1 7 . 1 8 7 !t .
O L D R E D S T O R E .
(UlOOhUUKS ANI PllOVMOXS,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
inayllf Merchants' Row.
JOSEPH II. GUY,
8. HAYWARD Si CO.,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY AND WOOD.
Washington St., Rutland, Vt.
Jjp UhTO N M A R K E T,
DUN TON IIAYWAItU
All kinds of Meats, JFlsh, Vegetables and
Fruits In their season.
Klngsley A; Sprague's Block, Merchants' Row.
Q. 11 E E R T URN E R
SUGAIl KKKimxa COMPANY,
70 WALL STREET, NEW YORK,
Offer for sale nil tho various grades ot Refined
Sugar of Superior Quality at the Lowest Market
Prices. A superior quality ot While Sugar for
confectioners use. Also,
WHITE COFFEE A,
COFFEE EXTRA C,
And the lower grades of
1' H L L O W ,S' U O A li .
Orders to be addressed. lo our onicn In New
lorx, to vvau n 1 reel, cor. pearl.
Parties ordering 10 barrels can have them as.
Terms Thirty days, or Cash In T dayB, less
X per cent, discount.
E. O. IlAXTER,
"rpiIE REST SHIRTS I EVER HAD."
JL This Is what Uiey say of
E. N. MERRIAM'S PERFECT KITTINQ SHIRTS.
THE PIANO BELEOTED FOR USE
at tho coming Festival Is the DECKER
DUOS. f. N. MURRIAM Bells them.
Wntcbe ami fwtlry.
IJAILEY & P ARM ENTERS
0 Hi V E R S M I T II S .
We lift VG tho largest nnd host nunrtmnnt nf
Vatches cvrr olTered lu Ihti markX't.
' v GOLD CHAINS.
In large supply, embracing every variety of
style dtslrable for Ladles' or tlcntlomens' wear.
.1 E W E L R Y ,
Iti rich abundance, and more coming.
-flLVril I'l.lTKU AND STXEI., FOR TABLE USE.
Our stock Is large, and we sell at low prices.
'sif.Vr.l! 8POON8 OK ori! OWN MANl'FAOTt'ltK.
I RflOERS' BROTHERS PLATED FORKS
1 - . AND SPOONS.
Ten Sets, Castors, Ac, all tho best.
S P E C T A C L E S
To lit those who cannot see well.
A new thing without frames. Very desirable.
Call and see for yourselves at
BAILEY AND PARMENTERS',
1" Merchants' now,
OOD NEWS !
WATCHES CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE,
MARSHALL & CADY'S.
Who have Just received n large and elegant
stock, open cases with Uat glasses, In both
Swiss and Amcrtean,lkey nnd stem winders.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF CHAINS,
GOLD SETS, RINGS, PINS, 4C.
Solid Silver and silver Plated Ware;
A lino line of Black Jewelry In horn and Jet.
Call at the old stand of Claik Bros. A: Marshall,
corner Merchants' Row and West street.
r.iayU12m MARSHALL A: CADY.
7 A L L I N G F O R I)
A. HILL A- SON
Will open on Monday, May 51 h, the new
Over their store, where will bo displayed un
elegant stock of Pattern Hats, Ribbons, Flow
ers Frames, Hats, a:c. New York Goods ut
Walllngfurd prices. Also Mens'and Boys' Huts
Having enlarged and Improved our
Wo shall open on the same day, our Spring
MENS'. BOYS' AND CH1I.DIIKNS' SUITS.
Can give a good business suit for tin, and we
have u good Hue of liner good. Elegant Coats
and Vests and Nobby Pants.sWe havo remod
And can now offer a full stock ot Ladles'.MIsses'
and Children's Shoes, Rubbers and Slip
pers i also. Men's and Hoys'
Boots and Shoes.
We hnvo a new lot ot
CROCK E R Y
To opens also In stock, Glassware, Hardware,
Grass Seed nnd Flour. We can give tho best
OROCERIES AND FAMILY SUPPLIES,
Como and get 8 lbs. of.tho best whlteSugur for
f 1, and good Japan Tea for 07 cents. (N. 11. Wo
hnvosomo not as good for 60 cents.) But we
cannot glvo you a list of our goods or prices, so
you must call on us and seo for yourselves.
A. HILL & SON,
AV A L L I N G F O R D .
A I N T ED THE SIGNS
pLUMliING AND GAS FITTING.
COITER AND SHEET IRON WORK,
Having leased rooms No. Is, Merchants' How,
In Storo with II. It. Dyer, I am prepared to do
all work In my line In a workmanlike manner
nt reasonable rates.
PLUMBINa AND GAS FITTING GOODS
supplied at the lowest rates.
! orders by mall promptly attended to.
H. P. JENNKSS,
Rutland, May 29, 1873, U3m,
goolts, tn(ionmt, flr.
Q.LOIIE PAPER COMPANY,
PUBLISHERS PRINTERS, STATIONERS
III. ASK HOOK UASUFACTUIIKIIS,
Having purchased the Wholesale Paper nnd
Stationery business ot II. A. Sawjer, and the
Printing business ot Jas. K. Mo Lean, Willi the
addition of a complete Book-Bindery, they have
consolidated the whole Into one business, and
moved the same Into the new nnd commodious
"Globe Building," erected especially for the
use of the Company.
With 0110 ot I he most complete Printing De
partments of any establishment lu the State,
under the superv Islon of one of the best pract leal
printers In the country, they are prepaied to do
all kinds of plain nnd ornamental work In tho
most approved maimer nnd on short notice.
Our Jobbing Department will comprise full
Rues of Writing Papers, Jboth folded nnd Hat,
Envelopes, (Note, Letter and oniclnl,) Blank
Books ot every description, School Books,
Slates, Pens, Pencils, Inks, Law Blanks, Cut
lery, Wrapping Papers of all kinds, Paper Bags,
Flour Sacks, Twines nnd Cordage, Wooden
Ware, Matches, Brushes, Blacking, Blueing,
&c, Ac. This Bepaitmont will be found well
stocked and worthy the attention ot closo buy
ers. The Bindery will be under the charge of ono
of the most thorough workmen to bo found In
the State, und nil work will bo executed in tho
best style nnd with dispatch.
With men of long experience In charge, and
with extensive facilities for conducting their
business In Its several departments, they pre
sent one of the most complete establishments
of tho kind lo be found outside the cities, and
solicit the patronage of the Public, feeling con
fident that they can insure the wants of all
upon the most favorable terms.
GLOBE PAPER CO.
rPAGS. AVo linvc now In stock an nssort
Jl ment ot Dennlson's Patent Direction
Labels and Merchandise Tags, w hlch we will
sell nt manufacturer's prices.
Wo have also a good Mock of " Phillip's Se
curity Hook-Tags," a very convenient and ser
viceable article tor merchants. Among Its ad
vantages; are: Goods can bo lnoro readily mark
ed than by nuy other means; the tag Is !o se
curely locked that It cannot becomo detached
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to tear other goods or your lingers. They uro
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Merchants using printed wrapping will do
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nnd give better accommodations In assorting
lots, while n great saving can bo made on
freight. GLOBE PAPER CO.
OOIvS, STATIONERY fcC.
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Prayer Books, Hjinu Books, Devotional
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JUVENILE HOOKS AND TOY HOOKS,
Games, Backgammon Boards, Chessaml checker
FRENCH ENGLISH nnd
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Dally and Weekly Papers supplied.
We Invito all wishing goods In our lino lo call
and examine our stock beforo purchasing, .
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All persons In search of tho best place to pro
cure any ot tho above articles or wish any work
performed In connection with tho largest
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURING
ESTABLISHMENT IN THE STATE.
Will llnd It to their advantage to call upon, or
TUTTLi: li CO.,
"Book X Pen Sign," 1 11 Center Street,
Herald Bciuuno, RUTLAND, VT,
PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
at E. N. MERRIAM'S.
Also repairing and tuning.
rpiIE BEST ROAD SCRAPER OR
In the world, Is tho
A. It. LAN DON, Statu Agent, Rutland, Vt,
milE BEST BEWING MACHINE IN
JL the world. Wo have tried them. Can bo
had at E. N. MERRIAM'S,
UUtofru ami anry (Ooortjs.
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(Successor-i lo French A Barrows.)
PROSPECTUS FOR 187:1.
As we have worn no disguises lu Iho past.'.we
.'onic with 110 promise of a new sensation. We
shall olTcryou no cunningly devised fables to
tlcklo your fancy, nor take a fresh departure In
unbeaten paths to rlleve tho monotony ot
truth-telling. Fornearly Fifteen Years we hnvo
held to the same principles, nnd wo limit hem
all unworn by the lapse of time.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
AVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL.
All orders entrusted to our caie w 111 be
l'ltoMi'Ti.r Axit i'Aiu:ruu,r ru.u:i.
BARROWS A MITCHELL,
NO. 21 M EIIC1I ANTS' ROW.
stoves ami Sin Wave.
J)UNN & CRAMTON,
Mamifncturerslofall kinds ot
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ofjevery descrlpt ion.
BROOMS, BRUSHES AND BASKETS,
nnd 11 g( neral assortment of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Special facilities fur Jobbing all kinds ot
TIN AND OLASS WARE.
JiAH kinds of barter taken In exchange for
NO. 14 MERCHANTS' ROW.
Rutland,, VI., May 1, 1S73. myldtf
E M O V A L
s. (I. staley, of tho late 1I1111 of staler li IJn
plncott, has removed Ills business from No. 37
Center St., to No. 12 Merchants' Row, whero ho
has formed a Copartnership with Messrs. Dunn
& Craniton, under the firm iiamo of S. O. stalev
A' Co. He will be pleased to seo all of his old
customers, nnd us many new ones as will favor
him with a call.
g G . S T A L E Y & CO,,
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STOVES AND HOT AIR FURNACES.
The Stewart and New American Cooking
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hand. Manufacturers of nnd dealers In
COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WARE.
P L U M RING
In all Its branches, ll.illi Tubs, Water Closets,
Gas and Water Piping, and Fittings ot
! ;TIN HOOFING AND JOBBING
Of all kinds promptly attended to. Nono but
skillful and reliable workmen employed.
Al.h WORK WAllltAXTIW.
REMEMBER, 2 DOORS NORTH OF THE Ol'ERA HOl'SE,
' ' MERCHANTS' ROW.
OTICE IN BANKRUPTCY,
This Is to L'lvo notice, that on the 22d dav of
May, A. 1). 1973, n Warrant In llankiujitcy was
Issued against the estate of Henry C. Ilnyvvard,
of Rutland, In the county ot Rutland and state
ot Vermont, who has been adjudged a bankrupt
on his own petition: that the payment of nny
debts nnd delivery of any property belonging to
said bankrupt, to Mm, or lor his use, and the
transfer ot any properly by him, aro forbidden
by law ; that a meeting ot the creditors ot sntd
bankrupt, to prove, their debts, and to choose
ono or more assignees of his estate, will bo held
at n Court of Bankruptcy, to beholden at tho
Ilardwell House, In Rutland, In (lio county nt
Rutland nnd statu of Vermont, beforo A. P
Lyman, Esq., Register, on the 11th day of June,
A, D. 19T3, ut 9 o'clock a. in.
4w3j Deputy U. 8. Marshal, as Messenger.
STATE OF VERMONT, L
District or Rutlanii, ss, I
The lTobato Court for tho District of Rut
To all persons Interested In tho estate ot R,
(1, Monroe, late ot Rutland, In said District, de
ceased. GREETING I
By tho authority of tho Slato of Vermont, you
aro hereby notlfled to appear beforo tho said
Probato Court, at tho Probate Ofllco In Rutland
In said district, on tho 1st day of July, A, D.
1813, to show cause, It nny you have, why the
account ot Warren II. Smith, administrator
with tho will annexed ot the estate of wild de
ceased should not bo allowed, and also why tho
residue of said estate should not bo distributed
to the parties entitled thereto.
Hated at Rutland, In Bald district, this 29th
day of May, A. D. 1873,
14WS THOS. C. ROHBINS, Register,
PICTURE FRAMING DONE AV1TH
Neatness and taste, nnd at reasonable
prices, somo now nnd beautiful styles Just re
JE, N. MERRIAM'S,
She Jutland gaily 6lok.
THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1873."
Er.OQLT.NT PllOFAKITY OF A STDAMUOAT
Mati:. All wn9 bustle nt tho Jock when I
pot there. The boat was taking on Its
freight, ami about thirty lively negroes and
one very excited nnd awfully profane white
man was doing the business. That white
man was a ttudy. He was the mate of the
vessel, and what ho didn't know about rhet
oric could bo held on the point of a knife
blade by n nervous man. The thirty ne
groes had all they could well attend to to
keep up with his new oailn, and roll on the
casks. Without any cessation they bobbed
from tho boat to tho shore, nnd from the
shore back to the boat, nnd all tho while
that Mississippi elocutionist danced around
nnd swore. When I got on the boat I sat
down on the baggage and watched that
Being n resident of New F.ngfand I
thought I knew something of wickedness,
but I was mistaken. The negroes were
uniformly dressed in pants, shirt nnd hat.
Some of the hats were ornamented with
dincrent colored ribbons; others again con
tained but a simple brass plate the trade
mark of u retired fruit can. Beauty una
dorned is adorned the most. They were
driven like sheep, first to the shore, then
back to tho boat. Tho least hesitation, the
lightest misstep, was noted by tho orator
nnd promptly incorporated into his dis
course, llo couldn't have bden more fa
miliar wero they hU own fathers, which it is
not likely they wero.
After getting through at the dock the
boat moved up to the coal yard. The coal
was brought on in boxes with handles at
each end. Each box contained 2 US bush
els, nnd was carried by two men. Six hun
dred bushels were thus taken on. The
same ninount of vehemence occurred in this
transaction. The men sweat like April,
nnd appeared to lie ready to drop at every
trip, but the mate hurled tonics ut them nnd
kept them up. When ids throat got tired
lie used his boot, nnd used it in that whole
soled way peculiar to the Mississippi boat
men. The negroes receive 1 a day and their
victuals. I slio i Id think they would go to
some city nnd get Into n store. lluilry'
Litter to the Danbury Neies.
B.vimu's First Impressions of tiik Mis
sissippi. At Qtilney I got my llrst view of
the Mississippi river. I believe there is not
nn American but lias somo sort of an idea
of what the Mississippi looks like, nnd lias
a vague impression that some time or other
before ho dies, ho will bo permitted to seo
it. The Mississippi what a word it is to
chew up ink it is nn institution by itself.
It is full of associations botli tragical and
comic, nnd it is nlso full of mud. It lias no
bank to speak of. It is full of bars, nnd has
n narrow and very uncertain channel.
These arc matters wo all hear nt school,
and see repeated in the papers, but wo don't
realize them until we get on the river itself.
The steamboats nro flat-bottomed, and
many of them carry the wheel at the stern.
I think it is the stern. It is that part of the
boat where, if it wns n house, the slops
would bo thrown. The wheel is a cumber
some looking article, and to n casual ob
server the boat appears to have just climb
ed over it. I would give you a picture of
the two were I not engaged in painting a
view of tho Itocky Mountains at sunrise.
The river is much broader at this point
than I expected to sec it, but we can not al
ways havo things our own way in this world.
'Clip .channel is about three feet deep oppo
site tliu place; i uon i kuu .i. ...tw,.iti,
of the river, but there is no doubt but that
the water is as thick as it is broad. The
traveler should turn it over with his foot
and so look nt both sides of it.
A Ghost, and What Camu or It. An
Iowa newspaper asks tho following conun
drums: "Do the spirits of tho departed
ever appear upon earth? Are they per
mitted to return, nnd hold visible commun
ion with former friends? Do they hover
about us?" Now for the reason of these
interrogatories! A young man died at
Princeton township, leaving n widow who
subsequently engaged herself to a man of
California, with whom she had been ac
quainted formerly. But No. 1 appeared to
her, nnl lilting his finger said: " Postpone
your marriage!" lie came ngnin a few
nights after, and repeated his " Postpone
your marriage I" She was very much
frightened, but her friends told her that it
was the nightmare. Still tho dead husband
kept coming nnd kept saying the same
thing. Then ho appeared to tho mother of
tho liuly, nnd this lime lie vnried the mo
notony of tho warning, for ho said : "Have
Sarah's marriage postponed." So the poor
widow wrote to her nfllnnced nnd had the
nuptials put olf. Now, what came next?
AVhat, but a San Francisco newspaper con
taining a marked account of the arrest for
robbery of the California lover, and of his
incarceration for want of ball? Further
more it spoke of his wife nnd children ns
deserving of sympathy i and assistance of the
charitable So ghostly Number One did
not appear for nothing.
Tn it AValvvorth TitACF.nv How tiii:
Mcnnumm Man's Dauoiituu First Ilr.Aitu
or thkAitair. On the second page of tho
J'rtm the statement mado by Frank AVal
vvorth in regard to tho killing of ids father
is given, with other matters of interest,
hast evening's Albany Journal says :
This shocking ntlair is of more than ordi
nary interest to Albanians, and every item
in connection with it is sought for with
avidity. Mansfield Tracy AVnlworth's eld
est daughter, Nellie, has been for somo
timo past attending tho school nt tliu Con
vjnt of the Sacred Heart, Kenwood. On
Monday slio received a mess gc from hoc
uncle, ltov. Clareneo Walworth desiring
her prclonco nt Ids residence on Chapel
street, lleing totally unaware oftltoterri
bio allliction that had fallen upon her family
tho day previous, sho imagined her undo
wished to seo her and bid her adieu beforo
leaving for Europe, os ho contemplated do
ing, and under tho impression that such
was tho fact, she prepared with n joyous
heart for the visit.
She arrived ut her uncle's residence, only
to find that he had left Instructions for her
to immediately como on to Saratoga, and
nfler waiting about nn hour sho proceeded
to tho depot and took tho train for Hint
place. Sho was still unawnru of tho trage
dy, the Inmates of Father Walworth's
house not having the heart to inform her.
Seated directly ahead of her in tho car
was a gentleman reading a New York pa
per, which gavo a full account of tho parri
cide, in wlilch tho name of thoi murderer
and victim wero displayed in glaring capi
tals at the head, Happening lo glance over
tho passenger's shoulder her eyes caught
tho lines, und tho sudden revelation threw
her into fainting fits, which continued until
her arrival at Saratoga. Slio wns kindly
cared lor by tho ladies In tliu ear, and on
her reaching tho villagu was immediately
removed to her home.
The Rov, Father AValvvorth Is in Sara
toga, whero ho has been staying since
shortly after tho tragedy.
A Huron Indian is repotteit lo havo
found on tho shoiol.nko Snivel ior u curious
gem. It is n compound of lour classes of
btones agglomerated together eo ns to con
stitute, n perfect gem of rare beauty. Tho
stones comprised lu It nro ngnte, cornelian,
jicrite nnd crystnl. Aniong other remarks
bio features of this gem nro tho appoar
nnco on ench plde, nalt from tho hand of
nn engraver, of a resemblance of n mini
attire ernvvn, and the clearly detineil forms
of a blnck-and-tan dog, tho head of au owl,
tho tracings of tho shores of little lakca nnd
other remurkablo phenomoua.